arts 11.1.07

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talk… Journalist, columnist, and feminist Katha Pollitt talks with Anna Quindlen at the CUNY Grad Center, 365 5th [34th/35th] on Monday, November 5th, 6:30-8pm, about her new book Learning to Drive: And Other Life Stories and, no doubt, much else.

indie rock… Saturday: Grizzly Bear construct disjointed dream pop at the Society for Ethical Culture. Saturday: Pterodactyl bring their fascinating D.I.Y. noise-drone to Cake Shop…Just Announced: 11/29: Coheed & Cambria. 12/4-12/8: Matisyahu

restaurants… Notable openings:
Blue Ribbon Sushi Bar and Grill, 308 W. 58th [8th/9th] 212.397.0404
Lunetta, 920 Bway [20th/21st] 212.533.3663
Smith's, 79 Macdougal [Bleecker/Houston] 212.260.0100

sale… Up to 70% off cashmere, cotton, and silk knitwear from Malo, 317 W. 33rd [7th/8th] 718.747.1656, 11/4-6: 9-6:30, 11/7: 9-5. No cash or checks, no strollers, no kids under 12.

out of townModern House Day Tour in New Canaan and thereabouts includes houses by Eliot Noyes, Edward Durrell Stone, and Breuer. This Saturday, $250, includes breakfast, lunch, evening reception, and symposium.

book… A favorite read lately: A Spy By Nature by Charles Cumming, who bases some of the circumstances of his protagonist, Alec Milius, on his own recruitment at a young age to the British Secret Intelligence Service.

a hip crooner…pb and what?…shooting gallery.

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